Minnesota State University at Mankato ADA Transition Plan

45 facilities, pedestrian routes, parking areas surveyed

The University is committed to the full inclusion of individuals with disabilities and to continually improving accessibility of its campus, programs, and activities.

Scope of Services
Accessibility Consulting
ADA Transition Plan

LCM assisted the University to develop an ADA Title II Transition Plan that addresses barriers to programs and services on its Mankato campus.

Structured to meet the University’s goals, schedule, and budget, our phased approach included: a physical survey of all facilities and campus routes to identify barriers; preparing a questionnaire to evaluate the accessibility of programs and practices; training and technical support for University staff; presentations to administrative and faculty groups involved in areas of student life, such as programming, policies and services, online learning, and information technology.

LCM reviewed the accessibility data with the University to prepare the Transition Plan, which establishes remediation priorities for physical barriers and incorporates Self Evaluation findings that address the accessibility of the University’s programs, policies, and procedures.

“LCM clearly understands the project ... and respects the budget limitations ... [LCM] was able to expand understanding of ADA Title II requirements to the broader campus community and provide a more self-sustaining process for the future.”
– - Ms. Julie Snow, Director, Office of Disability Services, MSU-Mankato